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A time lapse video shot heading into Ottawa on a hot and humid summer day.
Three buildings that I stopped at in one day, all three made of wood, all three located along a 400 kilometre path that I drove. The first was at a gas station in Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. I stopped here … Continue reading
Built in 1910, the Little Lepreau River #1.5 (Mill Pond) covered bridge is located on in Lepreau, Charlotte County, New Brunswick. The bridge consists of a single 31.9m (104′ 6") Howe Truss. This was one of those moments where … Continue reading
beautiful… © 2012 carlykb.com
My little buddy Railway Monkey is slightly worn around the edges. He has a few spots where he needs a bit of mending, he’s nowhere near perfect and many would probably toss him in the trash bin. The same goes … Continue reading
A whimsical look at a road trip into New Brunswick. The video was shot handheld while travelling at 110 km/h – legally… © 2012 CKB
My little buddy railway Monkey likes to travel with me, and as you can see, he likes to travel in style. He likes his Tim Hortons coffee. Mine is the small… He is actually quite a helpful little guy, and … Continue reading
My little buddy Railway Monkey is once again on the move, and this time it’s on a trip to the wet coast of Canada – otherwise known as the left coast, the west coast, or the land where one needs … Continue reading
I thought that the decoration on this building was quite interesting as pattern and colours of the panels that are used on the exterior wall resemble computer generated camouflage, which is a stark contrast to the branch of maple leaves. … Continue reading